Celtic will face Kazakhstan's Astana in the Champions League play-off.
Aberdeen have launched an investigation into incidents involving their fans after the Dons exited the Europa League qualifiers with a 2-0 defeat against Apollon Limassol at the AEK Arena.
Vandals have caused tens of thousands of pounds of damage in a suspicious fire at Hamilton Accies' Superseal Stadium.
Ex-Dundee United forward Jon Daly will be control of Hearts on Saturday, replacing the sacked Ian Cathro.
The manager of a Dundee junior football club walked out and quit his job 250 miles from home after his players reportedly disobeyed a curfew on a pre-season training trip.
Former Hearts boss Cathro has been teeing up a job at English Championship Wolves since Monday, according to Alex Rae.
Former Dundee manager Paul Hartley is among the favourites to take over the vacant head coach role at Hearts.
Dundonian Ian Cathro has been sacked by Hearts.
Former Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has been excluded from a charity match in aid of the victims of the Grenfell tower disaster.
Ryan Gauld looks set to join a promoted Portuguese club on loan, according to reports in the country.
Snooker legend and four-time world champion John Higgins is coming to Dundee.
Sandy Dorward, one of the best-known figures in junior football in Dundee, has died at the age of 70.
Danny Wilson insists he is ready to battle Bruno Alves and Fabio Cardoso for a slot in the Rangers defence.
Brendan Rodgers claimed his Celtic side to be in a much better place than a year ago following their 4-0 Champions League qualifying victory over Linfield.
Angus Council is to raise concerns about the possible introduction of a “no readmissions” policy at next year’s Open golf championship in Carnoustie at its next planning meeting with the R&A.
The Betfred Cup winners will receive a record £250,000 in prize money in the coming season after the Scottish Professional Football League announced a 15% increase in funding for the competition.
When David Birtles was diagnosed with a progressive muscle wasting disease in his early twenties, he feared his days of taking part in sport were over.
A first-time visitor to Wimbledon bagged first place in the queue ahead of thousands waiting for their chance to see Andy Murray play on Centre Court.
Greg Stewart admits he needs to prove to himself he can cut it with Aberdeen before he sets about changing Birmingham boss Harry Redknapp’s opinion.
Former Scotland football stars will turn out in a benefit match in aid of a Dundee-born coach.